Weekly roundup: National debt burden, poor English results, hotel thefts

Thanh Nien News

Email Print

The bank reported that Vietnam's public debt exceeded US$110 billion last year. The figure is higher than the government's estimate of $84 billion.
Many educators and parents are not satisfied with the results, especially after the country spent years trying to improve English teaching and learning.
A new law allowing foreign ownership of property in Vietnam has aroused plenty of interest among foreigners.
Singapore's immigration authority confirmed that it has gotten tougher with Vietnamese tourists.
Some choose to run away. Some resort to their language and argument skills. Others just cry and beg. 
The central city, long known for its friendliness and safety, is facing the risk of losing the trust from tourists.

More Society News